The community is located on the Greeley-Howard County line with Highway 22 being the south boundary of the Village limits.


Wolbach is governed by a board of five trustees, known as the “town board”. Meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at 406 Center the city hall. Village utilities include water, sewer and trash service and all rates are very comparable to any community. Bonnie J. Gilpin is the Village Clerk. Kenneth Inman is the water, sewer and street commissioner.

Law enforcement is provided through the Greeley County Sheriff’s office with two deputies on staff to serve our area.

The fire department is staffed by a group of trained volunteers that number between 30-35. The suburban fire district provides fire protection and rescue service including ambulance and both firemen and emergency medical personnel have training on a continuing basis.

Wolbach has three parks: Memorial Park in the southwest part of town has the football, baseball, softball fields, swimming pool, concession stands, tennis court, playground equipment and a shaded picnic area near the pool. The mini-park is on main street with picnic tables, playground equipment, the Legion Memorial and community bulletin board sign. Cottonwood Park is in the process of having a walking and bicycle trail, has new walking bridges, stocked with fish, the Saddle Club’s rodeo grounds and places for camping, and picnic shelters. The island of the north lake is the home for a number of geese and two goats. The rodeo club has a bull riding event in May and a three day rodeo in June.

The community has many organizations for all ages, including senior citizens who meet once each month for a lunch and activities at the Community Center building. Each organization has a schedule for their meetings, most meetings are once a month.

   
   

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